More bodies have been recovered from a sunken ferry in South Korea, taking the death toll to 64.
None of the 302 passengers reported missing on the capsized Sewol ferry have so far been found alive.
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The Prime Minister said Parliament will be given a binding vote on the final deal, but said the result will not stop Britain leaving the EU.
Officials from the train drivers' union Aslef will meet managers from Southern Railway, whilst the RMT will meet separately with Acas.